Want to use technology as a way to get kids into your library?? This workshop will highlight several easy-to-use technology tools that will draw kids into the library.
Friday, February 28, 2014
From 9:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
5600 NW 122nd St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73142
Online registration is closed.
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Sponsored by OLA Children and Teen Services (CATS) Roundtable
Want to use technology as a way to
get kids into your library?? This workshop will highlight several
easy-to-use technology tools that will draw kids into the library.
When: Friday, February 28, 2014
Where:Northwest Library, Oklahoma City
Directions to Northwest Library:Google Maps
Registration:Online or download the flyer
Registration Deadline: February 21, 2014
Cost: $65 for OLA members, $130 for non-members (includes lunch)
CE Units: 0.66
Registration and light snacks
OU professor Dr. Kyungwon Koh will discuss her research on children and information creation
Technology Specialist with the Muskogee Public Library will introduce
Scratch which is a programming language that easily creates interactive
stories, animations, games, music, and art
Lunch in-house with a chance to create your own Steampunk craft(s)
Norman High Teacher of the Year and OKSL Chair will show how to create
presentations with Prezi, better known as PowerPoint on steroids
Mark Heisel from the
Noble Public Library will show how he uses easy on-line sources for film
making with area teenagers. He will also discuss the Noble Library’s
Maker Mondays which is a weekly program where children gather to make
something. Each month has a different theme
Apps and websites for toddlers to teens